Southern View: November 20, 2018

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2018

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CITY

2SURF

with Les Mills

Dolphin concerns

Port confident pile-driving

plan won’t impact on sea life

Page 3 Page 4

Successful book fair

$7000 raised for

Lyttelton Primary School

Sun smart kids enjoy show

Two-year-old Scarlett Hill, of Hoon Hay, and four-year-old Poppy Donaldson, of Halswell, thought keeping your hat

on was a good idea at the Canterbury A & P Show on Thursday. Scarlett was checking out her one of her favourite

creatures – chickens – while Poppy was testing out a digger.

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Food

budget

slashed

for board

meetings

• By Anan Zaki

A COMMUNITY board has cut

back on its food spend after a

meeting behind closed doors.

In a public-excluded meeting

on November 13, the Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board agreed to halve the food

budget for its fortnightly board

meetings.

Board deputy chairwoman

Helen Broughton said the board’s

catering budget will be reduced

from $174 to $85 per meeting.

The Star revealed last month

that community boards across

the city spent nearly $50,000 on

ratepayer-funded catering since

2016/17.

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board was the

biggest spender, with more than

spent $10,000 food this term.

Catering included chicken

nibbles, sandwiches and

savouries.

Board chairman Mike Mora

refused to comment about Tuesday’s

decision. He has previously

defended the catering.

Ms Broughton said the debate

on food has created “a lot of

tension.”

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THE SECRETIVE Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board has emerged

from behind closed doors with a major

announcement: “We’ve halved our food

intake on the ratepayer.”

Well, they didn’t quite make that statement, but as we reveal

on page 1 today, the ratepayer-funded catering budget for its

meetings has been cut from $174 to $85 a meeting. And the reason

for that is the publicity over how much community boards were

spending on food for its meetings.

The Star part of the Star Media stable, which includes Southern

View, revealed the costs a few weeks ago. Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board was the highest spender.

They didn’t need to go behind closed doors to discuss it.

But it has given this rolling story plenty of bite!

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Warning to save water

The city council is encouraging hand-held watering only for

lawns and gardens on alternate days between 9pm and 7am.

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community events

Christmas fair

Head to the St Peter’s School Twilight Fair, 11 Fisher Ave,

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Tuesday November 20 2018 3

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Port confident plan won’t affect dolphins

• By Matt Salmons

THE LYTTELTON Port

Company has responded to

further questions on efforts to

mitigate the effect of pile driving

on Hector’s dolphins, saying it is

confident in its plans.

At its meeting on October 29,

the Banks Peninsula

Community

Board

re-sent questions

to LPC

seeking sound

recording data,

the marine

Peter Davie

mammal

management

plan and details of the training

of dolphin observers, which were

not included in the response to

their initial questions.

This came after Māui and

Hector’s Dolphin Defenders

committee member Genevieve

Robinson met with the board

to outline the group’s concern

around how LPC would mitigate

the effect noise from pile driving

on the new cruise berth project

would have on the dolphins.

Said community board

member Felix Dawson: “It

is helpful that a date has

been provided for the public

notification of the Marine

Mammal Management Plan. It

is unfortunate that LPC have

chosen not to include a specific

time frame for the provision of

all acoustic data, as until it is

produced it will remain unclear

whether there is any basis to all

of Ms Robinson’s concerns”

In the response discussed

by the board on Monday, LPC

restated that the MMMP would

not be publicly available until “at

least two weeks before marine

piling commences.”

Under LPC’s current time line,

that would mean the document

would likely be released on the

harbour watch website next

week.

Mr Dawson said the board

may ask further questions after

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the MMMP was released.

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said the report had been

prepared by some of New

Zealand’s leading experts in

marine mammals and marine

acoustics.

“It is a highly technical plan

and we are confident that the

plan is robust.”

Mr Davie said Department of

Conservation staff had reviewed

and supported the plan.

The sound recording data

from land-based piling would

likely be provided around the

same time as the MMMP. Data

recorded by LPC to show the

number of dolphins in the

harbour would not be provided

CONFIDENT:

The Lyttelton

Port Company

has responded

to further

questions from

the Banks

Peninsula

Community

Board saying it

is confident its

pile driving plan

will mitigate

the impact on

dolphins,

until a paper on the research was

published.

LPC said it did “not consider

it appropriate” to provide the

names of marine observers,

however, their number

and training would be in the

MMMP.

Ms Robinson said she was

“disappointed” more information

was not provided and said

the two weeks where people

could provide feedback on the

MMMP before piling began was

“not enough.”

Mr Davie said people could

comment on or ask questions

about the MMMP by email and

LPC was happy to review any

feedback on the plan.

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

WHERE WE HAVE BEEN AND

WHERE WE ARE HEADING…….

McMaster & Heap Vets officially started

nearly 20 years ago on 1st April 1999 (April

Fools Day). Steve and I had wanted our

own Practice because we wanted to work

together to create something special and

because we wanted to be present at all our

sons sports fixtures and school events and

not miss out on a single thing they were

doing. I grew up with parents that showed

up to everything which I loved so I wanted

our boys to experience that childhood.

We had a choice of three Practices to buy,

and looking back definitely made the right

choice. Little did we know it was the start of

something really great.

The initial Practice was

an old converted house

situated in our present

day carpark. It was then

named Rozens Vet Clinic.

It was small but worked

okay initially until we grew

and we were constantly

running out of cages to

house all our patients. Cats

were in cages in the vets

office and dogs tied up in

the treatment room. Our

very first day Steve and I

worked 12 hours straight.

Our first clients were

people we still see now

almost 20 years later,

with their children and

grandchildren now clients

of ours. We had just three nurses initially who

worked part time hours. We operated on a

card system and were forever losing cards

thanks to a dyslexic nurse who didn’t know

she was dyslexic. Every time it rained our

entire carpark flooded and we had families of

ducks taking up residence. Our cattery was

in the garage. Our sterile surgery was the

size of a bathroom and we processed xrays

in the toilet. There was no noise control or

ventilation – pet hates of Steve’s. Our two

young sons, Connor (now 21) and Dylan

(now 18) were often seen playing Thomas

the Tank engine trains in the waiting room

entertaining the clients. We were a family

and we absolutely loved it. Our boys only

have fond memories of our Practice and our

early days starting out.

We worked hard, every weekend in fact, and

fairly quickly built up a strong loyal following

of clients. Steve seeing Ophthalmology

referrals also increased clients through our

doors. We saw our clients out of hours, in

weekends and clients without appointments

could just walk in without much of a wait. We

loved solving peoples problems and treating

their pets and we felt privileged to be in the

position we were – we made a real difference

and we got huge satisfaction from doing so.

We both knew this was what we were meant

to be doing. I remember being a three year

old and only ever wanting to Practice as a

vet. I grew up on a small farm in Halswell

surrounded by all sorts of animals and I

ended up with my own flock of pet lambs.

My dads best friend was Dave Marshall

(Marshall and Pringle Vets) and he was very

influential at fostering my love and passion

for animals from a very early age. From age

five I saw Practice with Dave and never once

thought about being anything else.

We realised our clinic was outgrowing us

fast so as soon as the house next door

came up for sale we

purchased it. We moved

into our current building

in 2008 and its been a

wonderful practice to

work in – spacious, light,

well ventilated and well

designed. It has allowed

us to treat and care for

patients properly, see a

lot more patients and

attract quality staff. We

have grown a lot since

those early days with

seven vets, 13 nursing

staff and one practice

manager.

So this comes to an

exciting piece of news.

We have just been

granted council consent

to add a large new addition to our existing

Practice, allowing us to provide more

veterinary services and have more room to

work in. Believe it or not we are running out

of consult rooms, operating theatres and

dog hospitalisation facilities. The proposed

building is being tendered now and should

start work early next year.

We feel we have a very good reputation for

providing excellent professional services

and care to patients in our community. We

are never complacent and always strive

to be better and do things differently. We

always want to welcome people through our

doors because we truly believe we will help

them and their pets. We care about all our

people. We will always be a privately owned

family business providing the best care and

treatment possible, excellent communication,

flexibility and understanding of our clients

situation and show kindness and respect to

pets and people.

We firmly believe if you GIVE lots you receive

LOTS.

We will keep you posted on all the new

exciting developments.

Dr Michele McMaster

Book fair raises $7000

• By Matt Salmons

WITH MORE than 8000

books donated and $7000

raised, this year’s Lyttelton

Book Fair was bigger and

better than the last.

The event on Saturday

was organised and run

by parents from Lyttelton

Primary School’s family

hub to raised money for

the school’s library.

The first event in 2016

boosted the library’s stock

and allowed the school to

run literary events over the

last two years.

Lyttelton Primary School

secretary and librarian

Rita Norris said the money

will also go towards the

school’s library.

“It will help with books,

author visits and other

activities,” Mrs Norris said.

Organiser Ruth Connor

said the event was

“awesome.”

“There was a queue of

about 30 people outside

before we started and

people just kept coming in

all day.”

Ms Connor said $400

was made from the sale of

an 1899 first edition of The

Book of The Dead, a 20kg

book detailing ancient

WORKING TITLE

‘Working Title’ brings together a diverse group of

artists to exhibit their unique artworks in media

ranging from salvaged timber, glass and crystal

to steel, ceramic and copper. At Little River

Gallery from November 24 to December 18.

David Lloyd - Recent works from the hammering,

banging, bending, heating and brazing.

Blanche Fryer -’Time’ has been part

of the inspiration and the loose

commonality for my pieces for

this exhibition. Moments of

time and age and seasons.

Kimberley Dodd - My fixation

with the whale continues, an

ongoing journey through my

life.

Salvaged native wood

stamped with the patina

of use, of care or of

neglect. The personality

emerges as the whale is

created.

David Lloyd

SEARCHING: People search through about 8000

books to find some summer reading at the Lyttelton

Book Fair on Saturday.

Egyptian funeral rites during

the silent auction.

Ms Connor said a parent

had bought 118-year-old

book.

After a story previewing

the event appeared in the

October 31 edition of the

Bay Harbour News, there

was a jump in the number

of books donated, Ms Connor

said.

“After the story came

out, we got a lot of people

who had no kids at the

school or any connection

turn up with boxes of

books to donate.”

She said people “were

Dave Green - His art is

about changing the

form and shape of

found, discarded or

pre-used objects

- both natural and

manmade. The

“Lightshifter” glass

sculptures are reborn

out of pre-loved glass

and crystal and each one

is unique.

Blanche Fryer

quite respectful” of the

fact that donations should

cease by Thursday evening

to allow volunteers enough

time to sort through them

on Friday.

About 150 books from

those donated went

straight into the school’s

library, including copies of

popular children’s fiction

series Harry Potter. Some

would replace damaged

copies in the library.

The remaining 140 boxes

of books were bought by

the Chertsey Book Barn

when the event ended at

2pm, Ms Connor said.

Jane Downes -OF BIRDS - Feather and nest

imagery are used to illustrate ideas of security

and development. The work is also an

exploration of form, balance and light utilising

the properties of welded steel to allude to

movement and growth.

Blanche Fryer

Jane Downes

Open 7 days

Cnr Hoon Hay & Coppell place

phone 338 2534, Fax 339 8624

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McMaster & Heap

Kimberley Dodd

David Lloyd

Working Title

24 NOV - 18 DEC

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Jane Downes

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Tuesday November 20 2018 5

Meager feedback on District Plan

• By Georgia O’Connor-

Harding

LITTLE FEEDBACK has been

given over a potential change to

the District Plan which would

help coastal residents struggling

to get resource and building

consents.

The Department of the

Prime Minister and Cabinet

has released a survey asking

if residents agree with a draft

proposal to

change the

District Plan

through Greater

Christchurch

Regeneration

Minister Megan

Woods.

The changes

would allow

David East

for Southshore, South New

Brighton and Redcliffs

properties in the High Flood

Hazard Management Area to

build or renovate houses, where

it otherwise would have been

near impossible.

But as of last week, only 37

submissions had been made on

the proposal since November 9.

The responses received from

the survey will inform Dr

Wood’s decision on whether to

use her section 71 powers to

change the policy in the District

COASTAL: A proposal to change the District Plan has not received much feedback.

Plan. Christchurch Coastal

Residents United group deputy

chairman Warwick Schaffer said

it takes time for people to get

these things done.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United group deputy

chairman Warwick Schaffer said

it takes time for people to get

these things done as they have

busy lives.

“Until groups get behind and

go do this and remind people a

few times, probably not much

happens,” he said.

Mr Schaffer said while it is a

good thing the public consultation

is on a tight time line, it

may mean it will receive less

feedback.

But he said the issue of the

omitted clause in the plan needs

to be corrected.

“I hope most people would

expect that to happen and want

that to happen,” he said.

City councillor David East

said he would be encouraging

people to support the changes

and is hopeful they will go

through before Christmas.

“Really this whole process is

just correcting an injustice in

an unfair situation imposed on

these people,” he said.

It comes after Cr East apologised

for accusing the city

council staff of tampering with

the District Plan.

The code of conduct complaint

was against Cr East,

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money,

deputy chairman Tim Sintes and

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham. Cr East said

he is negotiating with the city

council on resolving the issue

without going to a code of conduct

hearing.

The survey will close on

November 26. Dr Woods will

then have 30 days to make her

decision.

•To take part in the survey,

visit Survey Monkey at

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•HAVE YOUR SAY: Are

you concerned over the

lack of feedback over the

draft proposal to change

the District Plan? Email your

views to georgia.oconnor@

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In Brief

COMMUNITY DAY

The first ‘Hornby Funday’ is set to

be held at Denton Park on Sunday

from 2-4.30pm. The free event

will be run by the Greater Hornby

Residents’ Association. The day

will include cricket, cycling and

rippa rugby. Food trucks and

sausage rolls will also be available.

.

YOUTH FUNDING

Riccarton High School student

Zak Osborne, 16, has been

granted $500 to attend the World

Challenge in Cambodia next

month. The Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

voted to give him the funding last

Tuesday. Halswell touch player

Ryder Due, 11, was granted $245

by the board to travel to Oamaru

with Canterbury next month for

the South Island touch champs.

Board food budget

•From page 1

Board member Catherine Chu

believes the catering cut-backs

don’t go far enough.

She said the board has received

flak from the community for its

spending on food.

“The feedback that I’ve heard

either via media, residents’ groups

or residents contacting me, it’s

been clear that it’s a waste of

ratepayers’ money,” Ms Chu said.

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Recognition for

academic success

Academic Honours for 2018: Our school Year 13 Graduation Ceremony is always a wonderful occasion,

with students, staff, parents and whanau gathering to celebrate and acknowledge our graduating “Class

of 2018” in the spectacular venue of the Isaac Theatre Royal.

School Dux (Cartwright Prize):

Briana Steven

Briana is an exceptional student

who gained top three subject

placings across all five of her

subjects. She is also an extremely

well-rounded person, with

impressive achievements in the

school’s co-curricular activities.

This includes being a top musician

and representative in the NZSSS

Orchestra, and a talented

sportswoman representing

New Zealand in Orienteering.

In 2019 Briana intends to study

Mechanical Engineering at the

University of Canterbury.

Proxime Accessit: Otis Williams

Otis is an outstanding academic

student, who this year was placed

first in two and top five in his

other three subjects. Otis is an

extremely diligent and astute

Proxime Accessit Otis Williams (left), School Dux for 2018 Briana

Steven (centre), and Principal Mark Wilson

young man with excellent work

habits. In 2019 he intends to study

Health Science at the University

of Otago.

Next year’s Cashmere High School Head Students, Oki Tilaia, Alice Tiso,

Emma Hartshaw and Finn Barclay, at the Armistice Day Memorial Service

with Christchurch Mayor Leanne Dalziel, centre.

WWI’s end marked

On Sunday, November 11,

Armistice Day was remembered

and commemorated – 100 years

ago when the guns finally fell

silent and World War I (1914-

18) ended. This “Great War” had

a huge impact on our country,

as about 10 per cent of New

Zealand’s population enlisted to

fight, and of these 58 per cent

were killed or wounded.

Cashmere High School student

Emma Hartshaw was able to

visit the battlefields of France

earlier this year as a young New

Zealand ambassador, and she was

one of the official speakers at

Christchurch’s formal ceremony

on Armistice Day.

Emma and her fellow Head

Students for 2019 also laid

a wreath at the Bridge of

Remembrance archway as part of

the service.

Arts Gold, Sports

Blues awarded

Achievers Evening: At our school’s annual Achievers Evening we

celebrate the wide range of co-curricular achievements of our students,

including the awarding of our prestigious Arts Gold and Sports Blue

Awards. The top honours of the evening is the announcement of the

highest achieving students in the Arts and Sports.

Artsperson of the Year 2018:

Emily-Jane (EJ) Stockman

EJ’s passion, talent and skill for

the performing arts have seen

her perform with the Chamber

Choir, Barbershop, Girls Chorus,

major productions, Shelia Winn

Shakespeare Festivals, Stage

Band, and Music tours. She has

been a regular winner of multiple

categories at the October Music

Competitions, as well as at ARA

Jazzquest and the National

Young Singers In Harmony

Competitions.

Sportsperson of the Year 2018:

Liliana Braun

Liliana has dominated school

races in the 3000 metres, 1500

metres, 800 metres and Cross

Country in various age divisions.

She won the Canterbury

Under 18 Club Championships

and the South Island and

Canterbury Secondary Schools

Championships. Not surprisingly,

Liliana was selected for the New

Zealand Representative Cross

Country and Athletics teams.

Musicians tour New York, Boston

This year Cashmere’s Music

Department had an amazing

three-week trip to New York

and Boston (USA) and were able

to perform in a wide variety

of venues, ranging from grand

concert halls, spectacular

cathedrals, Central Park and jazz

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cafes, to huge public shopping

malls.

They were able to visit musical

academies such as the Berklee

College of Music, music high

schools, tour amazing music sites

and venues, attended live shows

(The Lion King and The Phantom

Award winning Cashmere Humanities lead students, from left, Indi Chenery,

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of the Opera), a night at Dizzy’s

Jazz Club, and concerts such

as the Boston Pops Symphony

Orchestra.

This was an incredible music

tour, and special thanks to the

staff for their organisation in

making this experience possible.

Accolade for Famine fundraiser

Cashmere High School was

awarded World Vision’s

“Outstanding Famine

Event” award, which

recognises events that have

a high level of community

involvement.

This was for the excellent

funding work our students’

Humanities Council

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Psychologist one step closer

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ANOTHER STEP has been

taken to help bring a disaster

psychologist into Dallington

to investigate post-earthquake

issues.

THe Coastal-Burwood

Community Board held a

seminar to discuss what needs

to be done to bring the plan into

fruition.

It was decided the board’s

community development

adviser Natalie Dally will talk

to volunteers

and leaders in

Dallington as

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and Avondale

to gauge

key social

Linda Stewart isolation

issues.

Board chairwoman Kim

Money said the aim was to find

out how the communities would

like to be engaged in the process

and what they felt would be the

best approach.

It is after the Dallington

Community Trust asked

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A city council report

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The event – held at Riccarton

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with cancer and promote

gardening for children.

The schools taking part in

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Hornby, Russley, Westburn

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Wigram Lions Club first vice

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children can enter in 12 categories,

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The categories include sand

saucer arrangements, making

Lego flowers and vegetables,

drawing and photography.

There is also a category

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Bid to conserve water over summer

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As the temperature climbs,

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Water Supply Improvement

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Beaumont said the issue wasn’t

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It’s only a problem at times

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SAVE: The city council is encouraging hand-held watering only for lawns and gardens on

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Mel’s still making music at 99

The 50s Up Brass Band

will celebrate its 25th

anniversary this month.

Sophie Cornish sat down

with its oldest member,

Mel Smith, to hear about

his love of music and his

tips for keeping young

•The 50s Up Brass Band’s 25 th Anniversary

Christmas Concert will be on November 28,

11am-noon, at the Woolston Club.

•Entry is $5 or a gold coin donation

MEL SMITH is 99, lives alone

and still drives regularly.

And four days a week, he plays

in a brass band and an orchestra.

“Getting up early is the key,”

said Mr Smith.

“I get up at 6am most days and

get ready for the day. It takes me

a few hours,” he said.

“I think that is one thing that

has contributed to my health, I’d

probably be lying in to all sorts of

hours. But if you have something

to do, you don’t really have that

choice,” he said.

Mr Smith’s passion for music

began when he joined the

Woolston Brass Band in 1936.

He joined because his brother

did and “there wasn’t much else

to do,” he said.

Following this, music became a

huge part of his life.

He was a member of the Savage

Club Orchestra and now plays

in the Risingholme Orchestra.

He also ran the Meltones dance

band.

A small advertisement in a

newspaper in 1993 caught Mr

Smith’s eye, inviting “bandspeople”

to attend a meeting for a

seniors’ band.

“I attended the gathering,

took one look and concluded

that it probably wouldn’t last. I

was proved very wrong in my

thinking,” he said.

In spite of his reservations, the

50s Up Brass Band grew quickly.

“As the years passed by, I could

see others lives in my age group

closing in through the lack of

social opportunities,” he said.

“I also believed that lusty

blowing was a positive way of

maintaining good health.”

Mr Smith believes the band

created an “obligation to get

out of bed on a cold winter

Wednesday morning to attend

practice.”

Now the band will celebrate its

25th anniversary on November

28. It plays brass classics and

Christmas songs at the Woolston

Club and various retirement

homes. Mr Smith is the oldest

member. He plays the cornet,

flugelhorn, recorder and

trumpet and prefers to listen to

mostly classical music and some

jazz.

“I don’t like that pop stuff. I’d

have to say my favourite person is

Maurice Andre, he’s the world’s

best trumpet player,” he said.

Band secretary Noeleen Penter

said Mr Smith was a “quiet man

who kept up well with the music

and band.”

BRASS: The 50s

Up Brass Band will

celebrate its 25th

year with a concert

later this month.

VETERAN: At 99,

Mel Smith is the

oldest member of

the 50s Up Brass

Band.

“He’s very active for his age and

really enjoys playing music,” she

said.

Mr Smith attributes his old

age to luck and a strong immune

system.

His childhood, which he

described as “tough”, was spent

in the small West Coast town

Granity.

“In those days hygiene was

very poor. The toilet was in the

flax bushes, there was no water

running or electricity. So we

got everything that was going –

mumps and measles and all that.”

Mr Smith was one of 10

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The Great Depression brought

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He only had a primary school

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GIFTED: Aspiring artist Pounamu Gracie Millar-Greig is holding her first art

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OPAWA’S RUDOLF Steiner School

student Pounamu Gracie Millar-Greig has

dreamed of becoming an artist since she

was a little girl.

Some of her brightest childhood

memories are of creating art. From

ending up covered in paint at pre-school

to spending hours on end drawing and

designing fashion, the aspiring artist now

has her first exhibition.

Her work will be on display at the New

Brighton Library until November 30.

With a strong desire to travel and

remind others that all people should be

respected equally, her exhibition is called

Women of the World.

“Women of all cultures are strong

and beautiful . . . we should value and

appreciate the diversity of each culture,”

the 15-year-old said.

African Vrou, Goddess of India,

Asian Bloom, Tui Wahine, Australian

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Glory are the names of the seven pieces on

display.

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to six hours to finish over about three

months.

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Crystal with her friend Kalika Bell when

she was about seven-years-old.

She spent a year writing the story and

TWO carefully

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illustrating images of castles and dragons

on about 20 A3 sized pages. Back then

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Kalika’s mother and artist Lynda Bell.

While Pounamu has never travelled

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of experiencing different cultures and the

world.

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“I love art because it brings life and

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the winning paintings for $500 each and

print them.

Fales made for pre-schools

GIFT: Two handcrafted fales were delivered to

Samoan pre-schools. ​

School in Linwood and

Tino e Tasi Pre School in

Aranui.

Not ones to follow the pack, Duchenne

Denture Specialists have always been a

company of firsts:

- First to bring to you Duchenne’s Digital

3D Denture system

- First to introduce suction dentures to New

Zealand

- The only state-of-the-art laboratory of its

kind in New Zealand

- First to bring the injection moulding

technique to NZ. A process that gives

greater strength and a superior fit to their

denture products.

John Batchelor, founder and owner of

Duchenne, has long been at the forefront

of this industry, and has been working with

international software companies such as

3Shape to develop cutting-edge technology

since 2012.

Now, once again, Duchenne are excited

to be bringing the latest advances in 3D

Denture Technology to the South Island.

Over the past three years there have been

major breakthroughs in printing and

milling dental technology, which allow

us to 3D print a preliminary denture that

patients can literally take home and try.

Patients are more involved in the process

and can see their dentures on screen

before they are made. This technology also

produces a final denture that is superior to

anything that has come before.

They are currently the only company in

the South Island to use this process – a

significant step ahead as it offers superior

fit and strength. A denture produced on

the PM7, when used in conjunction with

Dr Abe’s Suction Effective Mandibular

technique, produces the most comfortable

and high performance denture currently

available.

John Batchelor is one of only 35 trainers

world-wide in this technique, and the only

one in New Zealand. He and his team at

Duchenne Denture Services are proud to be

able to offer you this leading technology.

For further information or for a free

consultation please call 0800 866 8448, or

visit www.duchenne.co.nz


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Our current services are:

• Colonoscopy (acute and screening)

• Gynaecology and women’s health

• Rectal bleeding clinic

• General surgery (abdominal, rectal)

• Oral surgery and dentistry (*conditions apply)

• Counselling (by self referral)

• Orthopaedics (upper and lower limb)

• Cataracts


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Tuesday November 20 2018 17

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Hagley Senior College

ENROLMENT DAY

Thursday, November 22nd | 9.30am-2:30pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Student Centre, Cnr St Asaph & Hagley Ave

Read more about Zoey’s story at www.hagley.school.nz | (03) 379 3090

LEARN YOUR WAYat Hagley in Year 12 and 13

Hagley Senior College

ENROLMENT DAY

Join us on our Enrolment Day to plan and

personalise YOUR study programme for 2019!

Thursday, November 22nd | 9.30am-2:30pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Student Centre, Cnr St Asaph & Hagley Ave

Read more about Rongomai’s story at www.hagley.school.nz | (03) 379 3090

LEARN YOUR WAYat Hagley in Year 12 and 13

Hagley Senior College

ENROLMENT DAY

Thursday, November 22nd | 9.30am-2:30pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Student Centre, Cnr St Asaph & Hagley Ave

Read more about Ryan’s story at www.hagley.school.nz | (03) 379 3090

LEARN YOUR WAYat Hagley in Year 12 and 13

Hagley Senior College

ENROLMENT DAY

Join us on our Enrolment Day to plan and

personalise YOUR study programme for 2019!

Thursday, November 22nd | 9.30am-2:30pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Student Centre, Cnr St Asaph & Hagley Ave

Read more about Josh’s story at www.hagley.school.nz | (03) 379 3090

LEARN YOUR WAYat Hagley in Year 12 and 13


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Tuesday November 20 2018 19

Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm

Go along to the Linwood

Library for a friendly craftcorner

session. Take your

knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters. Have a

look at the range of books to get

ideas for your next project. Free,

beginners welcome.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

Creative Writing on

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

A group leader works with

members to craft, create and

develop their own work. Take

pens, pencils, paper and even a

laptop. Also take your wonderful

ideas, story-telling, or art, as

well as any projects you would

like to make. Talk to a Linwood

Library team member for more

information. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

JP Clinic at Spreydon Library

Thursday, 10.30am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Join in a game of rummikub,

a tile-based game for two to four

players. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Tumbletimes

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

Take your pre-schooler along

to this fun, active session,

designed to build confidence.

It is based on fundamental

movement skills. Casual entry

cost is $4.20.

Pioneer Leisure Centre, 75

Lyttelton St, Somerfield

Game Zone at Linwood

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Play favourites like minecraft,

charades, connect four,

pictionary and more. Learn

and develop strategies for

new games. Take your friends

along or meet some new ones.

All children aged eight to

13 welcome. No booking or

payment required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Head to the St Peter’s School Twilight Christmas Fair at 11 Fisher Ave, Beckenham, on Friday

from 4.30-7.30pm. There will be family fun including face-painting, Santa’s grotto and photos

with Father Christmas. Low-cost food options, high-quality local crafts and fairground

bargains will be available, as well as a raffle and auction.

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō

Friday, 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free session.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St, and South Library,

66 Colombo St

Opawa Farmers’ Market

Sunday 9am-noon

This market prides itself on

having the best selection of fresh

local produce in Christchurch,

including a large organic range

from well-known and trusted

local growers. Top up with fresh

artisan bread, French-style

pastries, free-range eggs, locally

made Italian cheeses, seasonal

fruits and much more.

275 Fifield Tce, Opawa

Rudolf Steiner School

Community Market

Sunday, 10am-1pm

Go along for arts, crafts,

produce, food stalls,

entertainment and more. All

stalls represent predominantly

local artisans, growers,

producers and community

groups. Bring cash and dogs on a

leash welcome. To inquire about

a stall for yourself

or a community group,

email market@ch.steiner.school.

nz

Rudolf Steiner School, 19

Ombersley Tce, Opawa

Thorrington Community

Boot Market and Kids

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Thorrington Primary School

invites you to come and join

in the fun at their annual

community event. Live music,

yummy food, craft, bargains and

much more.

22a Colombo St, Cashmere

Hagley Senior College

ENROLMENT DAY

Thursday, November 22nd | 9.30am-2:30pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Student Centre, Cnr St Asaph & Hagley Ave

Read more about Grace’s story at www.hagley.school.nz | (03) 379 3090

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REAL ESTATE

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Auction: From 12pm, Thursday 29th November, Harcourts Grenadier, 98 Moorhouse Ave

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 3 living rooms | 2 car-garage | Listing Number SM0102

Offering an overwhelming sense of

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lounge has a gas fire and pelmet lights for

ambience with spotlights for art work. French

doors open out onto the patio.

Occupying the upper level is a media

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panoramic view which encompasses Mt Hutt

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New Brighton surf club opts

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Cr East abou the car park.

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and is engaging with the owner

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responsibility to manage their

risks a propriately.”

Different parts of the car park

are owned by various people

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GR ENDALE SCHOOL pupils

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horses l oked like during war.

The New Zealand Mounted

Rifles Charitable Trust president

Mark A pleton and member

Mike Donaldson t ok their

horses to the sch ol on Monday,

Li ter library

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Rebuilding a healthy

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• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

band had extra incentive to

win a the National Youth Ja z

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One reply has b en received so

the owners would have to agr e

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As a tribute to those who

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Mr A pleton said it was

important children were

educated on what soldiers

wen through during World

• By Gordon Findlater

DEAN CALVERT (above)

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•Turn to page 9

getting closer than mos to

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to his world heavyweigh title

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However, the public has li tle

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Only eight submi sions were

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aimed at regulating commercial

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The district council wi l be

holding a hearing for the Public

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about se ting up a mobile busine s

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railway in Ro leston, and a pi za

cart visits Lincoln w ekly betw en

September-May along with a Thai

f od truck.

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Signatures are being co lected

in a bid to get funding for a community

facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

centre, which was badly

damaged in the February 2,

20 1, earthquake.

The removal o funding

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Ms Jone said the board’s role

is to represen the community,

and by gathering signatures from

residents, it was fulfi ling that

role.

“One of the roles of a community

board is to represent and act

as advocate for the interests of its

community and this is what we

are doing. The LTP and a nual

plans are a l about lo bying the

council.”

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Body corporate chairman Mike

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into mediation with IAG and EQC

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2 – coincidenta ly seven years

to the day after the February 2,

20 1, earthquake. However, they

are waiting for EQC to sign the

agr ement.

“Given that EQC actua ly drafted

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problem with them doing that.”

The apartment suffere damage

in the February and June, 20 1,

earthquakes and were demolished in

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difference betw en indemnity value,

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The mediation agr ement

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the se tlement amount, but he said it

involved the two parties paying “a bit

more money than they’d wanted to

earlier.”

•Turn to page 6

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It was the firs time Mr Garth met in Auckland every two Mr Garth hopes t own a

had competed in the cha lenge months for lengthy • wBy ekend Emily O’Co ne butcher l shop of his own someday

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Mr Garth, who

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Community

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New World Fe ry Rd butcher

Jeremy Garth and his team, the with a g od result so we’re very pa sion for the job.

going back to try and win the

Pure South Sharp Blacks, re-

ha py,” he said.

“Doing a l thi

Templeton.

stuff and title,” he said.

The preparation for this year’s

Mayor Lia ne Dalziel

U per

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carton butcher Co-

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Ireland.

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Get all ‘Christmasy’ with us!

PRE-CHRISTMAS

FUNCTIONS, PARTIES,

WORK BREAK UPS.

CHECK OUT OUR

SET MENUS

AVAILABLE LUNCH & DINNER DAILY

UNTIL 24/12/18 FOR PARTIES OF 10 OR MORE

SORRY, WE ARE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY

COMING EVENTS

Wednesday

OPEN MIC WITH LYN

(formerly Janes Wine Bar)

Thursday 7PM

KARAOKE TALENT QUEST

HEAT TWO THIS THURSDAY

Friday 7.30PM CHRIS MOA

Saturday 7.30PM

GORDON HUBBARD

Sunday 2PM

MUSO’S CLUB DAY

Come along for a Jam session!

POOL COMPETITION

EVERY SUNDAY FROM 2PM

The

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

0pen daily from 6.30am

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

RACECOURSE HOTEL

& Motorlodge

118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

Settlers Bar is striving to become, with your

help, the next entertainment hub of Christchurch,

focussing on Open Mic Nights, Jam Sessions,

Live Music catering for most ages, Karaoke,

and other entertainment most night.

As we are new, we are looking for a pool team,

social club etc.

Also having gaming machines and are community

minded, we would like to hear from clubs locally,

who we may be able to offer assistance to,

or would like to run Raffles or Fundraisers.

CASH PRIZES!

KARAOKE TALENT QUEST

HEAT TWO THIS THURSDAY

Enter at bar or message Sharkey

www.facebook.com/

Settlers-Cafe-Bar-Restaurant

NEW GAMING MACHINE LOUNGE

|Cafe | Bar

| Restaurant

1060 Ferry Rd, Ferrymead | p. 03 376 4448 | e. settlersbarcafe@outlook.co.nz

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant www.gardenhotel.co.nz

SERVING

HAPPY HOUR

5PM - 7PM DAILY

OUR CABINET ITEMS

ARE HOMEMADE

CREATED FRESH ON SITE DAILY

$12

LUNCH

SPECIALS

Live Music:

5.30PM.SAT 24 NOV

SATURDAY 24 NOV - MONDAY 24 DEC

LET US TAKE CARE OF YOUR

CHRISTMAS PARTY

LUNCH

MON - FRI $24.50

SAT - SUN $25.50

*SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT AVAILABLE

COFFEE

HAPPY

H O U R

2PM-4PM

DAILY

$3.50

Offer available for a limited time

and includes tea, hot chocolate

MON: ROAST MEAL

TUE: FISH & CHIPS

WED: FISH BURGER

THU: ROAST MEAL

SAT: FISH & CHIPS

DINNER

MON - THU $31.50

FRI - SUN $33.50

AVAILABLE

FROM

11.30AM-2PM

FOR A

LIMITED TIME

Sima & Vaiea

PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132

What’s On

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

MEMBERS LUCKY CARD DRAW

THIS SUNDAY, 2-6PM

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Shuttle Running

Dine by the Beach

PIERVIEW

RESTAURANT

UPSTAIRS

Open from

5.30pm Fri, Sat,

Sun, and Sunday Brunch

from 10.30am to 2pm.

MONTH-END

SUNDAY NIGHT

BUFFET $25pp

Sunday 25th Nov

from 5.30pm

BOOK NOW!

CLUB

BISTRO

DOWNSTAIRS

Open Tues to Sat

12pm - 2pm &

from 5pm

BISTRO ROAST

SPECIAL

Tuesday - Thursday

Dine in only

$12

GAMING ROOM - TAB POD

202 Marine Pde | Ph 388 9416

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome

H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

BUSINESS AS USUAL

DURING REDEVELOPMENT

LIVE MUSIC

IN THE SPORTS HALL

SATURDAY 7.30pm: TICKETS $20

WOODEND CMC

COUNTRY SHOWCASE

SUNDAY 1.30pm: $6 ENTRY

ANNETTE’S HEART

OF THE COUNTRY

FAMILY FRIENDLY

DINING

Coming up at the Club Café

Coming up in the Sports Hall

SUNDAY 2 &

SUNDAY 9

DECEMBER

LIVE MUSIC

Adults $30

Kids 12 & under

$1 per year of age.

Bookings essential.

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026

17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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Tuesday November 20 2018 25

Bush Inn

The gift that

keeps on giving!

Bigger Better Bush Inn

check out

our great

chrIstmas

gIft Ideas

InsIde...

Bigger Better Bush Inn

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm | Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm | Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm

Public Holidays 10:00am - 5:00pm | Food Outlets 11:30am - until late

Corner of Riccarton Road and Waimairi Road | www.bushinncentre.co.nz


26 Tuesday November 20 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

SOUTHERN VIEW

Gift ideas

at bush inn, j

Order

yOur

Christmas

ham

from an Award-Winning Butcher

before Friday the 7th of December 2018

and go in the draw to

win One Of twO

meat & three

COOkbOOks

Terms and conditions apply

15% off

all diamond jewellery

diamond earrings, rings, pendants, bracelets and bangles

Fabulous haircuts at a

great price for Christmas!

Every 8th haircut is free

with your loyalty card!

WIN A

$

500

GIFT

VOUCHER

PURCHASE A FULL PRICE

ITEM BETWEEN

20TH NOVEMBER - 24TH DECEMBER

AND GO IN THE DRAW.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY.

instore or on-line

www.allaboutagirl.co.nz

plus many more great specials at our other sto


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Tuesday November 20 2018 27

just in time for christmas...

$39

$19.99

$59

10 % OFF

All baby products

across our

instore range.

see us instore for

many more great deals

Bush Inn Pharmacy

Only the best for your baby... Naturally

Buy onE, gEt 25% oFF

thE sECond itEm

BrEads, rolls, swEEts and savouriEs only

Mizuno Waive Inspire

RRP $219 NOW $79

This is a running/walking shoe

Nike Air Max Axis Mens and Womens

RRP $160 NOW $99

Wilson Tour Blx

Tennis Racket

RRP $179 NOW $99

Wilson RF 4 BALL

Can tennis balls

RRP $25 NOW $15

MiNDFOOD:

CELEBRATING 10

YEARS OF RECIPES

NEW $59.99

jACk REAChER

Bk 23: PAST TENSE

OuR PRICE

$29.99

res - offers exclusive to bush inn stores only


28 Tuesday November 20 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

SOUTHERN VIEW

Christmas

Trading hours

Bigger Better Bush Inn

Friday 21 December

9:00am - 6:00pm

Friday 28 December

10:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday 22 December

9:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday 29 December

10:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday 23 December

9:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday 30 December

10:00am - 5:00pm

Monday 24 December Christmas Eve

9:00am - 5:00pm

Monday 31 December New Year’s Eve

10:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday 25 December Christmas Day

CLOSED

Tuesday 1 January New Year’s Day

CLOSED

Wednesday 26 December Boxing Day

10:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday 2 January

10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday 27 December

10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday 3 January

10:00am - 5:00pm

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Noodle Canteen | NZ Post | OK Mart | Paper Plus | Petersen’s Jewellers | Phonefix | Pizza Hut | Postie | Roast Ease | Shake Shed | Shanghai Dumpling

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